2013 Vintage Truck Show Interviews
Patrick Ertel

Last year, we shot footage of the 12th Annual Vintage Truck Show and interviewed owners about the vehicles they brought for display. If you missed this fun and free event, be sure to bring your old truck this year’s show on August 2. For a preview of what to expect at the 2014 event, check out this brief clip. Read the coverage of 12th annual show in the November/December 2013 issue of Vintage Truck. … Read the rest of the story…

1928 Pontiac Series 6-28 – Pontiac Made a Truck?
Candace Brown

The 1928 Pontiac Series 6-28 that appears in the July/August 2014 issue of Vintage Truck magazine is owned by Bob Johnson, who takes much pride and pleasure in keeping his great-grand-father’s legacy on the road. Originally a four-door sedan, the Pontiac Six was converted into a flatbed truck after World War II to be used on the berry farm owned by Johnson’s grandfather. … Read the rest of the story…

Dodge Fire Truck – Reignited for Duty
Erin McCarty

The 1936 Dodge fire truck that appears in the July/August 2014 issue of Vintage Truck magazine was the first truck purchased by the Fryeburg Village Fire Corporation, predecessor of the Fryeburg Fire Department. Engine 1 made its comeback debut in the 2013 Fryeburg Memorial Day parade, where it led a procession of modern fire apparatuses. … Read the rest of the story…

Marmon-Herrington Ford C5A – July/August 2014 Cover Story
Patrick Ertel

The 1937 Marmon-Herrington Ford C5A that appears on the cover of the July/August 2014 issue of Vintage Truck magazine is a replica of a prototype truck Marmon-Herrington built for the U.S. Army. It was assembled by Don Chew, a veteran truck enthusiast and renowned historian of four-wheel-drive trucks. What else is in this issue? Features 1936 Dodge Fire Truck 1967 Scout 800 Sport Top Pontiac Made a Truck? 1948 Chevrolet Thriftmaster Departments Delivery Designs – Gerstenslager Bookmobiles Triple Diamond Treatise … Read the rest of the story…

Welcome to Vintage Truck
Patrick Ertel

VT MailboxIf you are a regular visitor to our web site you’ve no doubt noticed things have changed – a lot! The Vintage Truck magazine staff built this new website to make your visits even more enjoyable and convenient. We’ve included entertaining truck stories and photos and a lot of helpful information about subscriptions, advertising, and ordering back issues and other gift shop items. Regular blog posts will keep you up-to-date on stories we are preparing for each issue. We will soon launch a series of truck-related Writers Blogs with material you can only find on our site. Unlike our old site, the new site has been designed to run smoothly, no matter how slow your Internet connection might be. Please try it out and let us know what you think. – Patrick Ertel, editor